HUATULCO, The Hidden Gem
Huatulco, located in the state of Oaxaca, stretches out over 22 miles of coastline between the Coyula and Copalita Rivers and is set within a beautiful natural area with the Sierra Madre Mountain range forming a stunning backdrop. In addition, Huatulco is made up of 9 bays and 36 beaches. Most have blue-green water, and the sand ranges from golden to white.
Sunshine can be expected about 330 days a year with the average temperature of 28 °C (82.4 °F). The dry season extends from December to May and the rainy season is from June to November. The lush lowland jungle vegetation is particularly green in the rainy season as well as filled with blooming flowers. Its ocean biodiversity and pristine landscapes make Huatulco an earthly paradise.
Oaxaca has a well-deserved reputation among foodies for its rich food heritage. Because of climate variations throughout the state, its forests, mountains, coasts, and plains can host a variety of crops. Farmers grow corn, agave, peanuts, coffee, and a large variety of flowers, fruits and vegetables. Oaxaca is working to preserve traditional growing methods, biodiversity and organic farming in all agricultural sectors to become a leader in ecotourism and help sustain and grow the
Another highlight of Huatulco and Oaxaca is the neighboring villages with many artisans making wonderful art and folk art pieces. Most villages have a specialty such as rugs, (grass and wool) ceramics, textiles (weaving and embroidery to name two) wood carvers and builders.
Combined, Huatulco is surrounded by beauty in art, nature and cuisine and all these elements are available for further customization for your event. Some examples include custom wedding arches or alters, hand loomed napkins & table cloths, embroidered table runners, woven ceremony isle runner, hand fans, gift baskets or sun hats to tropical floral arrangements and the best organic culinary menus and refreshing cocktails.